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Reimagine the Chronograph with the New CURV from Bulova

The breakthrough excitement of the world’s first curved chronograph movement continues as Bulova once again reimagines what a watch should be. Underscoring the flowing lines of the CURV collection while offering a distinct new aesthetic, Bulova introduces three new dress models that not only make a design statement but are backed by technological innovation.

The Bulova CURV, one of the brand’s many technological and design advancements, hallmarks Bulova’s innovative creativity since 1875. The watch brand of historic industry “firsts,” Bulova introduced the world’s first curved chronograph movement, a marvel of technical engineering with a sleek ergonomic design and slim-line case never before possible in a chronograph.

Bulova is proud to expand its iconic CURV collection to now include classic integrated bracelet designs featuring 5-link construction with alternating brushed and polished finishes and deployant double-pusher closure. Three new watch models are available – two stainless steel versions offered with either a rich green dial or a sophisticated gray dial with rose gold details. The third version is two-tone featuring stainless steel and rose-gold with a black dial.

The timepieces’ 44m case with anti-reflective double curved sapphire crystal is visually offset by a dramatic 55mm curvature in the case radius, providing the comfortability and appearance of a much smaller timepiece. The Bulova CURV houses the brand’s proprietary high-performance quartz movement that vibrates at 262kHz frequency for precise accuracy – eight times more accurate than a standard quartz movement. This feat of engineering allows for highly accurate precision that sits pleasantly by complimenting the natural contours of the wrist. The watches feature 30M water resistance and are priced between $1,150 – $1,195 in the Bulova Online Shop. 

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